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-- >> in massachusetts somebody running for governor, i don't remember the name, maybe you, andrew, who was actually busted on this. he was the head of the lottery in the state. and he ran his face on the lottery ads saying i'm bringing you a great lottery. and then when he went to run for governor he was actually prosecuted for misappropriation of -- wrongly, i think. by massachusetts standards. >> i'm shocked anybody was prosecuted. >> you're asking what he stands for, chris christie. and you're right, he didn't say all the things that he was going to do. >> anything. >> but doesn't he stand for pragmatism? doesn't he stand for a perception that actually maybe there is a movement towards a pragmatic new road, particularly for the republican party sunny just wanted to know from you and from all of you guys, in fact do governor races predict what's going to happen in congress next year, predict what's going to happen in the presidentials three years from now? >> they usually don't. but one of the things you're seeing that is washington is so dysfunctional there's a very good chance that the next pre
of a harborer of the country than massachusetts where mitt romney was governor. the point is resonant it's not a republican state. he doesn't have to worry about the same type of conservative base issues he'd find in a republican primary. but that's not his pitch. his pitch is do you want to win the white house or not? and the truth of the matter is his argument, i think, is there is an opening in the republican party for that. there are a lot of conservatives who are going to line up and compete for conservative votes. whether it's ted cruz or rand paul. but i do think that there will be a slot for a chris christie type. he did talk about that this -- in our interview today he said i think there are some republicans that are more interested in winning the argument than they are in winning an election, anderson. >> i think one of the things also about chris christie looking ahead to the base is, it wasn't just mitt romney. it was also bob dole at the end of his second term. it was also george w. bush that the tea party said, these guys, we've tried too many times. but in the end it's abo
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